Photogenically a-twitter with little pointy turrets, this 1573 palace has been much extended over the years. It now houses the Grand...
Chemin de la Corniche
This pedestrian promenade has been hailed as 'Europe's most beautiful balcony'. It winds along the course of the 17th-century city...
Musée d'Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg
The remarkably engrossing and interactive Luxembourg City History Museum hides within a series of 17th-century houses, including a...
One of several closely huddled hip bar-cafés in the Old Town drawing cosmopolitan crowds with lots of English spoken. The waves of...
Slightly upmarket French and Basque food served in caves dug out of old-town rock centuries ago.
Marché-aux-Poissons · interesting places nearby
Startlingly modern for its Old Town setting, this unusual museum offers a fascinating if uneven coverage of art and history. It starts deep in an excavated rocky basement with exhibits of Neolithic flints then sweeps you somewhat unevenly through Gallic tomb chambers, Roman mosaics and Napoleonic medals to an excellent if relatively small art gallery. Cezanne and Picasso get a look-in while Luxembourg's Expressionist artist Joseph Kutter (1894–1941) gets a whole floor.